Summary: Another casual woody/vanilla frag.. The whole composition feels slight synthetic and generic.. It has the whole Code feel IMO but with more woods.. Projection is minimal.. Scent is ok but it's nothing new..
Summary: most of us like the famous iconic armani code but most of us at the same time Complained about its longevity & prog so armani wanted to make it right this time by making an intense version of armani code . but did armani make it right ? the answer will be different from one to another . why ? because there are some changes Occurred to the original a.c . like what ?
Summary: Armani Code Ultimate starts off as a woody citrus. Very fresh, but then the dry down begins. The dry down of this fragrance is absolutely amazing! On my skin the dominant note is a spicy vanilla. I'd rank it up there with any male Oriental I have ever tried. Great longevity, great sillage, and just a beautifully done fragrance for Fall/Winter.
Summary: Smells Like Code + Le Mâle I would imagine that those who love Le Mâle by Jean Paul Gaultier(LM) might love the combination of worlds here in Armani Code Ultimate (ACU). I find it strange as I have not yet learned to love Le Mâle. I own LM and it seems as if something is missing. Those ingredients have been added into ACU. I'm still testing the sillage and longevity of ACU, but my initial assumption is that it lasts longer than Armani Code, but not as long as LM.
Summary: Finally a step above boring average dept. store frags. Ultimate has a citrus and warm,vanilla and woody notes...I think there is Norlimbanol in there due to the astringent woody notes. It is better than average.
Summary: Yuck! In no way should this be considered a worthy flanker/ultimate to the original code. I can't tell you why I don't like this particular one, just that I know one squirt was more than enough. No purchasin' here.